David Tunno has been a trial consultant since 1989.  In his former capacity as a Director at Litigation Sciences, Inc. and as owner of Tunno & Associates Trial Consulting, David Tunno has consulted on well over a hundred cases, the vast majority of which fall in the category of major civil litigation; including many high-profile, high-stakes cases.

Over a period of 16 years, David Tunno combined his trial consulting experience with research on jury cases across America in writing Fixing the Engine of Justice:  Diagnosis and Repair of Our Jury System.  The book provides a well-research review of of the American jury system, identifies problems and recommends reforms.

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Tunno & Associates Trial Consulting represents all the backgrounds, experience and skills required for full-service trial consulting, including;

Jury research & selection
Witness evaluation and preparation
Opening statement consultation and preparation
Demonstrative exhibits
Video productions
Computer animation productions
Database courtroom presentation systems

Expert witnesses are a particular specialty of  Mr. Tunno.   His book entitled, Taking the Stand, Tips for the Expert Witness, is available on the trial consulting side of this website (click “Front Page,” then enter the trial consulting side of this website) as is a more complete biography of his trial consulting experiences.  He also authored “Preparing Expert Witnesses” for the ABA’s Trial Practice Newsletter.

Mr. Tunno has been called upon to provide expert commentary by CBS, NBC, KABC TV, WABC TV, KCBS, FOX News Network and Court TV in the Rodney King, Reginald Denny, Menendez, Tyco and O.J. Simpson cases.  He has also lectured at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.  He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Portland.

Mr. Tunno now lives in California’s mother lode country with his wife Donna.  He is a columnist for The Calaveras Enterprise newspaper and holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Portland in Oregon.  He enjoys flying and writing, both fiction and non-fiction.



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